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be interviewed on camera but she told us that the worst part of the investment saga was what it did to her family relationships. her daughter couldn't agree more. >> the saddest thing for me was the time that i lost with my mom. the relationship that was so strained for so long. >> today their bond is on the mend and kim's mother is back in her grand children's' lives. >> we don't talk about tri energy. that's still kind of an off limits thing in our relationship. so it's hard. i know that she loves me. i know she knows that i love her. >> kim and her family found out the hard way that things aren't always what they seem. >> when it comes to investing, anything financial, be skeptical. especially of family and friends. >> but it's not too late for those who trusted tri energy to get a little bit of their money back. the government and a court-appointed receiver have recovered close to a million dollars that will be returned to investors, possibly by the end of this year. that's all for now. for all of us at nbc news, thanks for joining us. >>> this sunday from new york, a special ed
are in the classroom? what reforms are working? and what can each one of us do to help? our discussion with around secretary of education, arne duncan, and leading reformer and chancellor of washington, d.c. schools, michelle rhee, randi weingarten, president of the federation of teachers. and robert bobb, emergency financial manager of detroit public schools. nbc-universal television >>> but first, to politics and the fight for congress. will the house, in this divided campaign season, fall to the gop? if so, what will republicans do in power? this week, republican leaders in the house unveiled their pledge to america, campaign manifesto that's the 2010 version of the gop's contract with america from 1994. the highlights -- extend the bush tax cuts, cut spending, and repeal health care reform. >> our pledge to america is that the republicans stand ready to get it done and beginning today. >> but the question is, are these new ideas or more of the same? here to debate that question among others, one of the architects of the republican pledge, the chairman of the house republican congress, conferen
into my dance career before they realized, "you know, i guess he's doing it for good." >> we used to think that people to the ballet are either older, rich, retired people, and septime have made the dierence of bringing younger people that are just starting to be in charge of the decisions that we are making in thworld right here in washington, d.c., to be interested in the arts, and he has brought that entertainment factor for those people to be interested in taking them out of the where we think ballet is. and when they come and see what we are up to, they are like, "wow! i never thought this was ballet." >> the city seems very receptive to new ideas, expanding the repertoire, expanding the connections with the audience, and really challenging the audiences and mixing it up a little bit. so, yeah, i think that washington's been really receptive. >> many of septime's colleagues applaud his efforts and success in connecting the company to urban washingt through community outreach and also in creating diverse and theatrical programming, making ballet more accessible to washington, d.c., are
to "meet the press." here in new york. congressman pence, glad to be with us on the breezy set this morning. we'll get to that. i want to get to the pledge and the thought that this is new ideas or not. i want to start on the narrow issue of tax cuts. the big tax cut debate that's part of the midterm campaign, we know congressman van hollen that the senate has kicked off the decision, kicked it back, i should say, to after the elections to take on whether or not the bush tax cuts should be extended. what will the house do on this important question? >> well, david, the house will vote before these tax cuts expire at the end of the year. whether we vote before the election or not is something we'll take a look at. i want to be very clear as to what the stakes are here. because what the republicans have said is that they're going to hold tax relief for 98% of the american people hostage until they can get permanent tax breaks for the top 2%. even though that would blow a $700 billion hole in the deficit, something that would be added to the credit cards of our children and grandchildren, and
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